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Just want to open the battery cover on mouse but it is not like any battery cover i seen

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  • Jim Kirk May 11, 2010

    Can you describe what it looks like on the bottom? What brand is it?

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He prob means that freaky wireless mouse cover where you have to destroy your nails to open it. Painfree way: Srewdriver or knife -.-

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